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Public Library Campaign


Ontario Public libraries offer more than
just books—they offer community

Public Library Campaign.

 

Blogs and their content – Readers’ Advisory Services


Generally Library blogs are usually an online journal tool and can be used to record individual or group experiences, observations, reflections, impressions, opinions, questions and research notes across a range of subjects. Blogs allow the author to display postings in chronological order. A blog allows other participants to comment on postings, creating a networked community of contributors with similar interests.

via Blogs and their content – Readers’ Advisory Services.

Talking about books – small group discussion around readers advisory hot topics – Readers’ Advisory Services


Talking about books – small group discussion around readers advisory hot topics – Readers’ Advisory Services.

Introduction to non-fiction readers advisory work – Readers’ Advisory Services


Introduction to non-fiction readers advisory work – Readers’ Advisory Services.

10 Celebrities’ Favorite Children’s Books – Flavorwire


10 Celebrities’ Favorite Children’s Books – Flavorwire.

David Duchovny — Stone Soup, Marcia Brown

Stone Soup is the best children’s book. It tells you that art and life are made of nothing but imagination.” [via Men’s Health]

Anne Hathaway — The Secret Garden, Frances Hodgson Burnett

“I wanted to be Mary Lennox so badly. I still have a soft spot for gardens and I’m always going off to see if I can find locked doors inside them.” [via The National]

Barack Obama — Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak

“This is one of the all-time classics. I love this book.” Watch him talk about it in this amazing video.

Scarlett Johansson — The Fantastic Mr. Fox, Roald Dahl

“I was in second or third grade when my sister read this to me. I remember that when she was finished, I insisted she start right over again. I attribute my love of drama to having heard her do all the characters’ voices.” [via Oprah]